On The CNN Election Express

CNN's political team will be headed to the key Democratic primaries in North Carolina and Indiana this week. Also, the CNN Election Express bus will also make its way through Indiana and remain in Indianapolis for Election Day. Ballot Bowl will air live from Indianapolis over the weekend leading up to the vote, and Issue #1 on Monday, May 5 and Tuesday, May 6.

The network’s political team, led by lead political anchor Wolf Blitzer, will report live from the CNN Election Center and across both states as voters go to the polls Tuesday, May 6 to help determine whether Sen. Barack Obama or Sen. Hillary Clinton will emerge as the party’s nominee. Blitzer will be joined by Campbell Brown, Anderson Cooper and Lou Dobbs.

Special correspondent Soledad O’Brien and senior political analyst Bill Schneider will review exit poll data while chief national correspondent John King will provide in-depth, state-specific data and analysis using the CNN “multi-touch” board that delivers complex demographic and delegate data in an easily accessible format.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I am a 50 year old voter who feels the media is trying to elect the candidate of their choice. I have a desire to go back to college and major in journalism. After your coverage of Hurrican Katrina and your series Black in America, I held you in very high esteem. However after the bashing you are giving McCain/Palin/and her daughter I see you as a "Bitchy Bully", leave the political reporting to someone else - go back to what you are really excellent at.